A new survey from JPMorgan Fleming Asset Management shows that investor confidence has risen for the ...
The latest survey shows that more investors now believe the stock market will be up rather than down six months from now: it is the first such result since July 2001.
Overall, however, more than 4 in 10 private investors still feel neutral on the question of performance.
Peter Brewster, head of marketing research at JPMorgan Fleming Asset Management, says signs of economic recovery are causing optimism to return.
This should help asset management companies as they head into Isa season, he adds, because past performance has pointed to "a close correlation between investor confidence and sales."
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